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    • 405 Widening Project Temporarily Closes 405-605 Connector.  Still Totally Worth It. (LAT)
    • Metro Bringing in Outside Help for Faulty Blue Line Tracks (LAT, Blog Downtown, KCET)
    • Bill to Remove Bikeways from EIR Process Advances in Sacramento (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Editorial: Pass Legislation Requiring Cities to Fix Sidewalks (Daily News)
    • BRU Rally Earns Some National Ink (National Journal)
    • Farmers Field Will Have More Trees (LAT)
    • What's It Going to Take to Have Signs for Train Stations on Freeways (Curbed)
    • APTA Honors Long Beach Transit Chief (Press-Telegram)
    • Tech Companies Moving to SF Because “Employees Want to Ride a Bike to Work” (USA Today)

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